What Kind of Friend Are You?

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15 Questions - Developed by: Marjorie - Developed on: - 7.750 taken

Groups of friends have all kinds of people in them. Each one is different and brings something a little different to the table. And that's what make friend groups tick. All the different friends harmonize to make an awesome group. Have you ever wondered which friend you are in your group? Take this quiz to find out.

  • 1
    When you first get to school in the morning and see one of your friends, what's the first thing you say?
    "Did you procrastinate on your math homework again?"
    "Hey, have you seen [other friend]?"
    "Yo, what's up? Check out this thing I drew on my binder last night!"
    "Good morning! How are you?"
    "Hold up, you know that shirt is out of dress code, right?"
  • 2
    If one of your friends was on his/her phone during class, what would you do?
    Ask why they are on their phone.
    Tease them and threaten to tell the teacher.
    Sit next to your friend, cover them, and watch out for teachers.
    Nothing.
    Whisper, "Put that away right now, before you get caught!"
  • 3
    Your friend has detention after school. What do you do?
    Scold them when they get out and warn your friend not to do it again.
    Sit and wait for them to get out, then let him/her vent about it.
    Try to find a way to get them out.
    Walk home with a different friend instead.
    Tease them about it.
  • 4
    Two of your friends are in a fight. What do you do?
    Come up with creative solutions to get them back together.
    Let each friend tell you their side of the story and then sit down with them to moderate a conversation.
    Continue talking with both friends and discuss the fight with other friends.
    Encourage the two of them to make up.
    Try to stay out of it as much as possible.
  • 5
    You reach the table you usually sit at for lunch and one of your friends is already there, crying. What do you do?
    Grab another friend to comfort her.
    Make your friend sit up, bring her some tissues, and have her eat some lunch.
    Give your friend a hug, walk with her around campus to calm her down, and let her complain about what is wrong.
    Start calming her down while explaining to other friends who start arriving what's happening so they can all comfort her.
    Ask your friend what is wrong and try to find a solution.
  • 6
    Say you missed school for a day. What would be the most likely to happen?
    A friend would get upset and wouldn't have anyone to confide in.
    A friend would forget her lunch and you wouldn't be there to split yours.
    Nobody would know what table to sit at or where to go after school.
    A friend would get caught sleeping in class.
    Your friends would have a pretty boring day.
  • 7
    You and some friends are going to meet at a restaurant after school to work on a project together. Some friends want to get pizza while others want to get burgers. What do you do?
    Wait to see what happens and follow your closest friend.
    Make an executive decision.
    Suggest another fun option nobody had considered.
    Have one friend pick up a pizza and another pick up burgers and then meet at the library.
    Have all your friends vote.
  • 8
    One of your friends is about to ask out the boy/girl they like. What do you tell them before they go?
    "Good luck. Remember what you rehearsed at my house!"
    "Any boy/girl would be lucky to have you."
    "I'm gonna come and watch. This should be fun."
    "Be careful. If it doesn't work out, remember, boys/girls aren't worth it."
    "Good luck!"
  • 9
    Your teacher tells you that you need to pick a partner for an upcoming field trip. What is your first thought?
    I'm probably going to go with [name].
    Oh my gosh, this should be so fun! Who should I go with?
    Oh great. I'm awesome at cheering my friend up when they're down, but not having fun at an amusement park.
    Oh no. I'm going to have to watch my friends to make sure they don't all kill themselves off.
    This is so hard! I have so many friends! Who should I go with?
  • 10
    You get a terrible score on a test and are in a really bad mood. A friend shows up and starts talking about something else. How do you respond?
    Wait until another friend comes over and pretend to get distracted by them.
    You try to engage in the conversation so you can forget about the test.
    You wait until they stop talking and then start talking about your test.
    Try to listen, but don't hide your bad mood.
    Pretend to be in a good mood and try to listen.
  • 11
    You're in class with a friend who's giving a presentation. Suddenly, your friend drops his/her notes. What do you do?
    That wouldn't have happened since you made your friend memorize their speech ahead of time.
    Make a joke about it.
    Seize the opportunity to talk to another friend.
    Let them complain after class.
    Ask the teacher a question to take the heat off your friend.
  • 12
    If you could know one detail about your friends in the future, what would it be?
    Are they all still my friends?
    How did they survive without me?
    How many friends do I have now?
    Are they all happy and healthy?
    Are they leading bright, productive futures?
  • 13
    What type of friend would you describe yourself as?
    You are outgoing and loud. You have a ton of friends and are never lonely.
    You are responsible and strict. You worry about your friends' well-being and make sure they are taking good care of themselves.
    You are funny and creative. You are never in a bad mood and always have a good time.
    You are quiet and caring. You support your friends and are very good at listening to them vent.
    You are logical and resourceful. You can get any friend out of a pinch in a snap.
  • 14
    What is your best quality as a friend?
    You save your friends' butts multiple times a day.
    You're always willing to lend an ear.
    You keep your friends on track.
    Your friends are never bored when you are around.
    People look to you for guidance.
  • 15
    What is your worst quality as a friend?
    You can appear bossy at times.
    You give in to peer pressure easily.
    You don't really like having serious conversations.
    You forget to think of yourself at times.
    Sometimes you get so caught up with one friend you don't notice another.

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